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Bass Unversity enters kayak realm

Bass Unversity enters kayak realm

Bass University announced this week that it's expanding its educational program into the world of kayak fishing. Content will be provided by some of the top kayak anglers in the nation.

As of Tuesday, Kayak BassUniversity training courses are live on Anglers can sign up at for classroom and on-the-water seminars.

The curriculum covers a wide range of topics, including lure and color selections, seasonal patterns, understanding electronics, breaking down structure and cover, tournament-winning strategies more.

"Kayak fishing is one of the fastest growing segments in all of fishing," said Bass U co-founder Mike Iaconelli. "It’s not only accessible and affordable, but also provides a unique, exciting way to fish for bass. As a kayak angler myself, I can tell you that there are many differences and variations on how to bass fish from a kayak. Utilizing some of the best kayak pro anglers in the world, this new Bass U series is sure
to give kayak anglers an advantage and help shave the learning curve."

Added co-founder Pete Gluszek: "We have a committed and passionate group of kayak bass anglers at the Bass University who have requested Bass University-style kayak training. With the release of Kayak Bass University, students can be confident that they are getting the top kayak fishing training available in the industry as they pursue their passion for bass fishing from a kayak."

Here are the courses available now:

> Ryan Lambert - 2020 Hobie Tournament of Champions, 2021 Hobie BOS Champion
Topic - Rigging a kayak

> Jody Queen - Hobie BOS Grand Champion, Hobie Worlds Qualifier
Topic - How to fish out of a kayak.

> Drew Gregory - 2022 Bassmaster AOY, 2020 Hobie BOS AOY, 6 National wins in 2022
Topic - Jig fishing strategies

Additional kayak bass fishing courses will be released weekly at and will include a multitude
of topics such as launching a kayak, lipless cranking kayak-style, fishing the Ned rig, bladed jig vs. swim jig, how to approach targets from a kayak and many more.

Bass University is offering new members a 30-day free trial or 33 percent off an annual subscription
that also includes a prize pack valued at over $50 (Kayak Bass University Hat and a tackle pack
including Rapala, Z-Man, VMC and Big Bite Baits).

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